19 folks came to the meeting today! I'm pretty happy with that.
Thanks to all of you.
Jared, now you have that "EV'er smile". Isn't it great?
Rich thanks for bringing the GE Electrac to show and for showing us
your waste oil conversion.
Mike thanks for coming so far to the meetings.
Thanks to all you "regulars" and you new "regulars" for coming out I
hope all got something out of the meeting.
We had 3 EV cars, 1 EV tractor, 1 hybrid, and a waste oil Ford.
We have grown up to be a real club. I promise we will start our
meetings from here on with a "correct" business meeting as we should
and then go "informal".
Bill will get back to the officers with a final report on the 501C
item and we should have a short up and down vote on what we will do
for that next month.
Our next meeting should be a working meeting. Steve has offered to
have us up the the Ranger's home for a look. We'll get that finalized
and posted by Nov 1st or so.
I posted a couple of pics in the "meeting photo" area.
Hope to see everyone next month
November 2007 meeting will be held at Steve's house:
11/10/07 (this Saturday) at 2 PM to 4 PM.
Address: 6548 Grovewood Dr, Plano TX 75023
Directions: That's north of the Spring Creek and Independence
intersection in Plano. Go north on Independence, turn right on
Shadywood (just after you top the slight hill, before you reach the
next signal light). Grovewood Drive begins when the Shadywood makes a
hard right. It is the pinkish brick with white trim two story to the
right of the street light right in front of you. Texas and US Flags
will be out if weather permits. There will be a NTEAA sign in the yard
January meeting will be held at a fellow members home, in order to help with his conversion project, and to build up one or maybe more LionEV lithium modules for my EV experiment. Come visit us at David's place:
Saturday January 12th, 2008
At David Murray's Home
From 12 PM to 2 PM (could possibly go later)
NTEAA's April meeting will be on Saturday the 12th, at the Plano "Living Green" Expo. Directions, etc are located at: www.nteaa.org
We're also going to have several vehicles there for our outside display, brochures, business cards, and lots of stuff to look at. We've planned to have a booth at several other Expo's in the Dallas/FortWorth area during the next couple of months.
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